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iPad Mini Teardown by TruView™ X-Ray

We first met the iPad in January 2010 when Steve Jobs introduced to the world this hybrid between a phone and a laptop. Fast forward 4 years, over 225 million iPads sold, and a solid 22% market share, the iPad became the standard tablet in the market. For today’s teardown, Jesse let us x-ray his iPad Mini so we can learn more what this Apple powerhouse is made of. Have fun!
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1 – Audio jack

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2 – Face time camera – 1.2MP, 720p

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3 – Rear facing camera – 5MP

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4 – Side switch

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5 – Volume up/down

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6 – SIM card slot

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7 – Apple A7 APL0698 SoC – the same processor as seen on the iPhone 5s

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8 – Toshiba THGBX2G7B2JLA01 16 GB NAND flash

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9 – Power management

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10 – The beefy battery connector

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11 – USI Wi-Fi module


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12 – Antennae connection

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13 – LCD driver, Lightning connector, and speakers

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